Energy from the Vacuum Powers Every Electrical Power Line and EM Circuit

11.9.1 What the Generator Powers and What Powers the Circuit Shaft power input to a conventional generator allows the generator to produceits source dipole, nothing else. The generator does not transduce anyof its input shaft mechanical energy to add EM energy to the external circuit connected to its terminals. Instead, it first transduces its mechanical shaft energy input into internal magnetic field energy.

Then it totally dissipates that magnetic energy to separate its own internal charges, forcing the positive charges in one direction and the negative charges in the other, makingthe source dipole connected to its terminals. That is all that the mechanical shaft power input to a generator does — and that is all that burning hydrocarbons, consuming nuclear fuel rods, damming rivers for power stations, putting up windmill-powered generators, using solar energy input to solar cells, or consuming chemical energyinabatteryaccomplishes.

Once made, the source dipole — via its broken symmetry in its vacuum exchange - freely receives and absorbs enormous virtual photon energy from the active vacuum, transduces it into observable (3-space) form, and pours out real, observable EM energy in 3-space from the generator terminals to which it is connected. As shown in Figure 1-1 of Chapter 1, this outpouring of EM energy from the generator terminals fills all space around the external circuit {653} with a vast energy flow almost parallel to the conductors. Figure 2-4 is a lateral view so that the two flow components can be clearly seen and compared.

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